Gianfranco Zola will seek talks with Birmingham’s owners as his reign as manager hit a new low with a 4-1 home defeat to QPR. Under Zola’s control, Birmingham have collected just six points from a possible 36 in the Sky Bet Championship and are slipping deeper and deeper into trouble.
“Obviously I need to have a chat with the owners. I really care about this club and I want to help them. As long as they trust me I am willing to try and do my best for everyone at St Andrew’s.
“At the moment I am feeling very low but I take full responsibility. I am probably not giving enough and it is making me upset. I have committed myself to the club and I am doing it with a lot of passion. We do not like where we are at the present time.”
Gianfranco Zola has struggled since taking over from the sacked Gary Rowett. When he took over they were firmly in play-off contention and now they are struggling in 14th position.
The 50-year-old said: “The result was very painful and probably our worst performance. It was very frustrating and the situation is what football is all about.
“They were superior and we couldn’t cope with the physicality of the opposition. On the other hand we couldn’t produce enough quality to cause them problems.
“In the end we lost badly and I feel sorry for the players as it is hard for them at the present time.”